Christine Wolf and Sarah Schöber finished as joint runners-up respectively in the SalzburgerLand National Open Championship / PGA Championships at Golfclub Zell am See in Austria this weekend.
Although Wolf and Schöber hunted down the overnight leader, Emma Spitz, in the final round, it was the 21-year-old amateur who walked away with the national championship trophy with a 72-hole total of 14-under-par.
Schöber and Wolf, the reigning Hero Women’s Indian Open champion, finished four strokes back on 10-under-par.
Schöber posted on Instagram: “It was a nice feeling to play in another four-day tournament in Austria. Thanks to all sponsors, Golf.at and Golfclub Zell am See for a great event.
“Many thanks to golf.at as well as all contributing sponsors for a successful #Austria4CoronaGolfCharity event. It was great fun and I am very happy to hand over €6,750 to my charity of choice: #Help4Kids.”
Two-time PING Junior Solheim Cup player Emma Spitz said: “I am incredibly proud. This success shows me that the hard training is worth it, that I am working on the right things and that I am on the right path. Chrissi (Christine Wolf) and Sarah (Schöber) gave me a great challenge and I was able to learn a little bit from them. The fact that I won is of course the crowning achievement.”